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Training update

We have a limited number of remaining places, on a first come first served basis, to our Linux for Genomics and Introduction to RNAseq Data Analysis workshops developed and taught by our Edinburgh Genomics Bioinformaticians. Linux for Genomics, Monday 1st October 2018 REGISTER NOW Introduction to RNAseq Data Analysis, Tuesday 2nd to Wednesday 3rd October 2018 REGISTER NOW Introduction to RNAseq...

Latest Training Courses

We now offer registration, on a first come first served basis, to our Linux for Genomics , Introduction to RNAseq Data Analysis, and Introduction to Python for Biologists workshops developed and taught by our Edinburgh Genomics Bioinformaticians and our training partner Dr Martin Jones. Linux for Genomics, Monday 1st October 2018 REGISTER NOW Introduction to RNAseq Data Analysis, Tuesday 2nd to...

Genome Science 2018 Conference

Edinburgh Genomics is excited to be exhibiting at the upcoming Genome Science 2018 conference. Genome Science 2018 will bring together scientists from around the world to share ideas on the rapidly evolving field of high throughput sequencing technologies and -omics data analysis. The conference will continue to cover a broad range of topics showing the widespread importance and depth of...

£1.7M of Innovate UK funding will help tackle silent killer that could affect one in four Scots

Eagle Genomics and the Stratified Medicine Scotland Innovation Centre (SMS-IC) have been awarded a £1.7M collaborative grant from Innovate UK (the UK’s innovation agency), for a ground-breaking project that could help develop new tests and treatments for patients with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). The project will involve genetic sequencing of 1000 liver biopsy samples from within...

Edinburgh Genomics to Deploy Illumina’s NovaSeq platform

Scientists in Scotland have gained access to the most up-to-date gene sequencing technology, aiding research to better understand human and animal diseases. The technology – acquired by the University of Edinburgh – will enable studies into the genetics of virtually any species, including bacteria and viruses as well as plants. Experts at the University’s Edinburgh Genomics facility say the new...

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